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Finder

An intermediary who contracts to find, introduce, and bring together parties to a business opportunity, leaving ultimate negotiations and consummation of business transaction to the principals. With respect to a Securities issue, refers to one who brings together an issuer and an underwriter; in connection with mergers, refers to one who brings two companies together. May also refer to one who secures mortgage financing for a borrower, locates a particular type of executive or professional for a corporation, or locates a particular type of business acquisition for a corporation.

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For the Findern manuscript, see Kate Harris, "The Origins and Make-Up of Cambridge University Library MS Ff.
Catharine of Siena, Julian of Norwich, Christine de Pizan, Margery Kempe, and poems from the Findern manuscript.
Catherine Swift, daughter of Mr and Mrs G Swift, of Barn Close, Findern, Derby, and Stephen Harrison, son of Mr and Mrs E Hanson, of Carsington Crescent, Allestree, at Coombe Abbey.
Thompson argues that Sir Degrevant may have been included in the Findern MS because 'its narrative exhibits some awareness of sophisticated courtly details and, for a Middle English romance, is peculiarly interested in and well informed about the love conventions of the day' (p.
But the Findern Manuscript (Cambridge, University Library MS Ff.
Michael told police he had been given the mixture by a friend years before and was using it to kill weeds at home in Findern, Derbys.
Myself and my sister were both evacuated to a farm at Findern in Derbyshire shortly after the bombs started falling.